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Interview Checklist

Use this interview checklist to thoroughly prepare for your next job interview

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Riza Hope Molo
Riza Hope Molo
14th December 2016 in careers
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  • Timeline
    Before The Interview

  • 1

    Analyze the job description

  • 2

    Thoroughly research the organization you're interviewing with, the industry, the interviewer, and the job itself

  • 3

    Prepare and practice for the interview without memorizing or over-rehearsing your answers

  • 4

    Visualize yourself going through the full interview experience and performing magnificently

  • 5

    Ask for good directions and/or search for a map/directions from an Internet map site

  • 6

    Plan interview attire that is appropriate for the job, the company, and the industry

  • 7

    Prepare your own questions about the job or the company

  • 8

    Pack emergency-repair items I might need such as:

  • 9

    1. Extra pair of pantyhose

  • 10

    2. Spot-remover wipes

  • 11

    3. Tissues

  • 12

    4. Comb and brush

  • 13

    5. Hairspray or gel

  • 14

    6. Makeup for touchups

  • 15

    7. Breath mints

  • 16

    8. An umbrella

  • 17

    9. Extra copies of resume (In case you have more than one interviewer)

  • 18

    10. Career portfolio

  • 19

    Get a good night's sleep

  • Timeline
    Interview Day

  • 20

    Arrive about 10 minutes early

  • 21

    Greet the receptionist or assistant with courtesy and respect and make a good first impression

  • 22

    Greet the interviewer with a big smile and call him or her by his or her title (Ms., Mr., Dr.) and last name

  • 23

    Not chew gum during the interview

  • 24

    Shake hands firmly and avoid a limp or clammy handshake

  • 25

    Make good eye contact with the interviewer(s).

  • 26

    Show enthusiasm about the position and the company

  • Timeline
    After Interview

  • 27

    Write thank-you letters within 24 hours to each person who interviewed you

  • Timeline
    {dropdown}

  • Timeline
    Before The Interview

  • 1

    Analyze the job description

  • 2

    Thoroughly research the organization you're interviewing with, the industry, the interviewer, and the job itself

  • 3

    Prepare and practice for the interview without memorizing or over-rehearsing your answers

  • 4

    Visualize yourself going through the full interview experience and performing magnificently

  • 5

    Ask for good directions and/or search for a map/directions from an Internet map site

  • 6

    Plan interview attire that is appropriate for the job, the company, and the industry

  • 7

    Prepare your own questions about the job or the company

  • 8

    Pack emergency-repair items I might need such as:

  • 9

    1. Extra pair of pantyhose

  • 10

    2. Spot-remover wipes

  • 11

    3. Tissues

  • 12

    4. Comb and brush

  • 13

    5. Hairspray or gel

  • 14

    6. Makeup for touchups

  • 15

    7. Breath mints

  • 16

    8. An umbrella

  • 17

    9. Extra copies of resume (In case you have more than one interviewer)

  • 18

    10. Career portfolio

  • 19

    Get a good night's sleep

  • Timeline
    Interview Day

  • 20

    Arrive about 10 minutes early

  • 21

    Greet the receptionist or assistant with courtesy and respect and make a good first impression

  • 22

    Greet the interviewer with a big smile and call him or her by his or her title (Ms., Mr., Dr.) and last name

  • 23

    Not chew gum during the interview

  • 24

    Shake hands firmly and avoid a limp or clammy handshake

  • 25

    Make good eye contact with the interviewer(s).

  • 26

    Show enthusiasm about the position and the company

  • Timeline
    After Interview

  • 27

    Write thank-you letters within 24 hours to each person who interviewed you

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